Nothing like a case of the identity crisis - but that can be a good thing when you're getting the best of both worlds. Take a closer look...you might be surprised to discover things aren't what they seem.
Despite owning an iPhone and MacBook Air, this individual felt it was necessary to keep his soul from completely going Apple by building a beefed-out PC to pair with his otherwise 'all-Apple' setup.
Connected to his Windows-based desktop is an Apple Cinema 30", Magic Trackpad, Wireless Keyboard, and a pair of Logitech Z-4 speakers. With this kind of killer setup, one would think he'd be editing Blu-ray films or maybe just gaming it up in resolutions leagues beyond what us normal folk consider "HD."
What do you think of having a mixed OS environment? Too messy or just the right kind of tech pluralism?
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(Images: Embu at Minhembio)